What’s Coming Up Next? – MacHouse Introducing TextAround for Mac OS X

Mac software TextAround

TOKYO (MacHouse) – So far, we’ve submitted 4 software titles to Mac App Store this month. The most difficult part is come up with a new development idea these days. So it’s not easy for us to get our hands on a 5th or 6th application within the same month. Oh, whoa… Here comes the 5th software submission of the month. This new software submission is called TextAround.

TextAround is a desktop application that lets you easily design colorful, circular text. You can apply a color gradation to text. What you see is what you get. And you can save this circular text as an image in BMP, GIF, JPEG, JPEG 2000, PNG or TIFF.   Continue reading

What’s Coming Up Next? – MacHouse Introducing easyOldies for Mac OS X

Mac software easyOldies

TOKYO (MacHouse) – Finally, Apple, Inc. officially released Mavericks yesterday. And we are ready to release a Mavericks-only software title, which we submitted to Mac App Store More than an hour ago. This new software submission is called easyOldies.

easyOldies is a desktop application that makes a picture look like an old photo easily. It utilizes 8 new Core Image graphic filters + 1 traditional effect to achieve this goal. As a result, when you select a picture on the photo list at the bottom, you will have 9 filtered pictures. You now have an option of saving any them as a new picture (BMP, GIF, JPEG, JPEG 2000, PNG or TIFF with v.1.1.0) with or without further applying color adjustments (hue, saturation, brightness, contrast). So you know… It’s quite easy to use.   Continue reading

What’s Coming Up Next? – MacHouse Introducing Image2Go2 for Mac OS X

Mac software Image2Go2

TOKYO (MacHouse) – Okay, so Apple, Inc. hasn’t released the next operating system yet. Maybe, we can released another desktop application before they do. In fact, several hours ago, we submitted a new desktop application to Mac App store. It’s Image2Go, an existing Mac software title. And it’s been updated to Version 2.

Mac software Image2Go2   Mac software Image2Go2

Image2Go Version 2 (hereafter, Image2Go2) is a major update to Image2Go, an existing software title available at Mac App Store, that lets you easily work on image files. You can just drag and drop pictures onto the drop box after selecting an image process tab and configuring settings for it. This update has been developed from scratch with Objective-C. And it’s now a Cocoa application.   Continue reading

What’s Coming Up Next? – MacHouse Introducing TextCandy for Mac OS X

Mac software TextCandy

TOKYO (MacHouse) – So Apple, Inc. is likely to release a new operating system around September 22nd. Well, we haven’t had a chance to test it yet. Anyway, we have one more application to release before Apple, Inc. introduces us Mavericks. Actually, we already submitted it to Mac App Store about an hour ago. This software submission is called TextCandy.

Mac software TextCandy   Mac software TextCandy

TextCandy is an extensive status menu application that gives you quick access to text strings (e-mail addresses, code snippets and URLs) you frequently use. It’s not an ordinary status menu application as you can create as many as 16 text fields (text groups). You can store any number of text strings under any of them. Switch between text fields with a click of mouse. You can assign an icon to each text field. Because of these icons, exploring TextCandy’s status menu, you can tell which text field you are under at a glance.   Continue reading

What’s Coming Up Next? – MacHouse Introducing fotoSeries for Mac OS X

Mac software fotoSeries

TOKYO (MacHouse) – It’s been a week since we submitted the last software title to Apple‘s Mac App Store. We are obligated to release at least four software titles every month. There’s none so far. What should we do? Actually, we submitted the first software release of the month to Mac App Store 90 minutes ago. This new release is called fotoSeries.

Mac software fotoSeries   Mac software fotoSeries

fotoSeries is a Mac desktop application that lets you organize photos with a multi-album viewer. It’s definitely no match to Apple’s iPhoto. Yet, fotoSeries lets you create as many photo albums as you need. It comes with several basic graphic filters such as hue, saturation, brightness, contrast, exposure, gamma, sepia, which you can apply to individual pictures. Save filtered pictures as JPEG, PNG or TIFF images. Use fotoSeries to detect faces on selected photos, which can be saved as PNG images.   Continue reading